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Need recommendations for Search-engine utilities.

Hello,

I'm seeking search-engine utilities that allow searches of content only

contained in titles (as opposed to regular searches that search through

all content)?

The tools provided in "Google Hacks" are very interesting; yet are "a
bit too advanced" for my needs. There are likely existing
(downloadable) search-engine "title search only" utilties. Why reinvent
the wheel so to speak?

The search-engine utilities I'm seeking would allow tallies e.g.,
listings
in titles of two-word phrases that have occured for the first time
within the last thirty days; as well as listings of two-word phrases
that have
occured two to four times within the last three months.

The purpose of title analysis is to discern emerging social & business
trends i.e., supposedly, when content is titled with specific phrases
for the first time, can it may signal that specialty trends are
becoming
more and more acknowledged to wider audiences?

Thank-you

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Noticedtrends wrote:
Hello,

I'm seeking search-engine utilities that allow searches of content only

contained in titles (as opposed to regular searches that search through

all content)?

The tools provided in "Google Hacks" are very interesting; yet are "a
bit too advanced" for my needs. There are likely existing
(downloadable) search-engine "title search only" utilties. Why reinvent
the wheel so to speak?

The search-engine utilities I'm seeking would allow tallies e.g.,
listings
in titles of two-word phrases that have occured for the first time
within the last thirty days; as well as listings of two-word phrases
that have
occured two to four times within the last three months.

The purpose of title analysis is to discern emerging social & business
trends i.e., supposedly, when content is titled with specific phrases
for the first time, can it signal that specialty trends are
becoming
more and more acknowledged to wider audiences?

Thank-you


Nov 23 '05 #2

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